There’s a lot happening in our province if we take a look outside the city. The range roads and small towns hold a lot of overlooked treasures in our province. There are small museums and bigger museums and historical structures and farms.
My youngest loves cats. LOVES them. I, however, do not want a cat. I’m sure cats are lovely but we have a dog and we do not need to add MORE to an already busy house.
Which is why we are regulars at the Cat Cafe on Whyte Ave in Edmonton.
If you (or your child) is a fan of folklore or JRR Tolkien… or just fun things that are different, they’re going to LOSE THEIR MIND about this new project from the good people at Good Knights.
Good Knights already have fantastic medieval glamping at their Three Hills location. The Encampment medieval camping includes an immersive medieval experience (without the filth and disease) including costumes and activities such as sword fight demonstrations, archery, and medieval craft workshops.
Alberta is BREWING (haha puns) over with craft breweries across the province. You may have heard of some of the bigger ones such as Yellowhead Brewery, Alley Cat or Grisly Paw, but there are hundreds of microbreweries making tasty delicious beer. There are now “…more than 125 existing and pending licenses” for independent craft brewers in Alberta.
“Alberta farmers grow some of the world’s most sought after barley and agricultural products. It only makes sense to grow the brewing industry right here and support good jobs from grain to glass,” said Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci
It would take a LONG time to track all these breweries down and taste the hoppy goodness, and thus enter in brewery tours. Brewery tours will take you to about 3-4 breweries and you’ll get the chance to talk to the brewmaster and sample some of the best of Alberta.
I was never interested in green beauty products until I had kids. As a child of the 90’s I was well aware of testing on animals (thanks to campaigns from the Body Shop), but knew nothing about ingredients. Over the years I’ve learnt about the “body burden” and that when looking for products, it’s the ingredients we need to be looking at…not the marketing slogan that claims it’s natural.
If you’re coming to Edmonton, or live in Edmonton and haven’t been yet, you need to make a visit to the Royal Alberta Museum. For many, the old location and museum was a fixture of their childhood … seeing the dioramas and visiting the many rocks and precious gems. If you loved those old features, good news! They’re in the new museum too!
To all the parents who send cards and gift bags to school for my kids on Valentines Day, thank you. I know the time and effort you put into those cards and if you send them, gift bags, take. Pouring over the lists, sitting with your kids making sure they’re spelling the names right, making sure no one was forgotten.